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Tel Aviv Notes - Contemporary Middle East Analysis
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Kobi Michael and Ofir Winter analyze the Palestinian Authority's commitment to the two-state solution.
Brandon Friedman examines Turkey's recent military operation into Kurdish governed Afrin and its broader implications for the Syrian war.
Heidi Basch-Harod explains the effect of the #MeToo movement on the Middle East and analyzes key developments in women's rights issues in the region during 2017.
Harel Chorev explains the relationship between social media and the phenomenon of Palestinian "lone wolf" attacks.
Brandon Friedman examines what the declarations of victory in the war against the Islamic State mean for Iraq and Syria.
Brandon Friedman examines the firestorm of recent developments in Saudi Arabia.
The Demise of Islamism in Egypt? - The Dissolution of al-Gamaʿa al-Islamiyya’s "Building and Development" Party
MDC Researcher Michael Barak examines the consequences of Egypt's decision to dissolve the "Building and Development" Party, the political wing of al-Gamaʿa al-Islamiyya.
Arik Rudnitzsky examines changes in the historiography of Arab society in Israel and shows how new contributions highlight the elements of resistance that prevailed among the Arab population in the years following the establishment of the state.
MDC Researcher, Ronen Zeidel, analyzes recent developments in the war against the Islamic State in Iraq.
MDC Researcher Joel D. Parker explains the unique relationship between Lebanese Prime Minister Saʿad al-Hariri and his governing coalition in the context of Hizballah's recent conquest of ʿArsal and the Syrian war.